Energy infrastructure News for November 2012

Energy infrastructure News Archive

Air Products to build first renewable hydrogen fuelling station in India

Air Products has been awarded a contract with the University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) in India, to build the country’s first solar powered renewable hydrogen fuelling station. The station is scheduled to be onstream in July 2013.

BMT Nigel Gee launches three wind farm support vessels

UK-based maritime design company BMT Nigel Gee has launched three wind farm support vessels in ten days.

UK government agrees Energy Bill package

The UK government has unveiled the package for its upcoming Energy Bill, which aims to deliver the biggest reform of the electricity market since privatisation.

Driving forward wind and marine in the UK

Guest Blog by Felicia Jackson

Envision Solar unveils fast-deployment Solar Tree design

Californian solar product company Envision Solar has unveiled a new improvement to its Solar Tree Array design - a pre-engineered purlin structure that will allow the Solar Trees to be deployed much more quickly.

Calls mount for acceleration of clean energy revolution

Greenpeace has joined calls for the acceleration of the clean energy revolution in the wake of the United Nations’ report into progress on scaling back climate change, which revealed that greenhouse gases are 14% higher than they need to be in 2020 if the world is to avoid warming above 2 degrees Celsius.

Sulzer Pumps to supply Spanish, Indian CSP projects

Sulzer Pumps is to supply pumps for several concentrated solar power (CSP) projects in Spain and India, the Switzerland-based company announced on Tuesday.

UK's DECC announces £10 million to spur innovation in offshore wind

Innovators across the country have been invited to develop ideas aimed at reducing the cost of offshore wind power.

Guest Blog: Global Energy Access by 2030?

By Mathias Aarre Maehlum,

Korean 121.8 MW order for FuelCell Energy is largest yet for the fuel cell industry

US-based FuelCell Energy has received an order from its South Korean partner, POSCO Energy, for 121.8 MW of fuel cell kits and services. The order is the biggest the fuel cell industry has yet seen.

ITM Power and ABO Wind to develop wind–hydrogen projects in European markets

UK-based ITM Power has signed an agreement with ABO Wind in Germany to identify and develop wind-to-hydrogen projects in the UK, Ireland, and Germany.

Hydrogenics to deliver 100 kW hydrogen fuel cell power plant to military base in Hawaii

The Hawaii Center for Advanced Transportation Technology (HCATT) has awarded Canadian-based Hydrogenics a contract to develop, fabricate, and deliver a 100 kW HyPM-OH outdoor hydrogen fuel cell power system for a US Air Force/Navy Base in Hawaii.